True News: True Linkswear Introduces Project 2020

True Linkswear Introduces the True OG Feel, True Lux Knit,
and True Lux Pro


It’s safe to say we could all use a little true news right now, as well as a boost in spirits, but instead of playing Drunk Jenga or binge-watching Netflix, I choose retail therapy as my #1 vice, and new shoes are my remedy. 

True Linkswear, a leading manufacturer of spikeless golf footwear worn by PGA Tour Winner Ryan Moore, has come to our rescue with the introduction of three new shoe models just in time as golf courses reopen and longer days beckon. The GolfThreads team has always really liked TL shoes, but we must say these are looking to be the best lineup, yet. 

See Also: Spring/Summer 2020 Golf Shoe Guide


True OG Feel

First up, the True OG Feel is designed with the ‘tactile’ player in mind. The natural width shoe is built on a zero drop, flexible rubber sole to enhance ground feel and power.

Additional product specs include:

  • Fully breathable, one-piece sock-fit knit upper with DWR shell (durable water repellent)
  • Reusable shoe bag in lieu of the traditional box
  • Ultra-lightweight (8.7 oz)
  • Leather saddle and ORIGINAL lacing system for a stable fit
  • Wide toe box accommodates up to 4E
  • Aggressive rubber tread for on-course traction and versatility

The OG Feel sells for $139 and is available in black knit/black, white knit/navy/cloud, and grey knit/black/saddle.


True Lux Knit

The next style is the True Lux Knit that combines modern performance and heritage design with its breathable, sock-fit knit upper that is bonded to an all-new waterproofing system.

More highlights include:

  • New WANDERLUX midsole technology for superior rebound, energy return, and durability
  • New WANDERLUX interior featuring a snug, padded heel cup and all-new super foam insert
  • Reusable LUX shoe/shag bag in lieu of the traditional box
  • Premium leather accents and welting
  • Transitional (minimal) drop (~6mm)
  • Lightweight (11.5 oz) with a premium/rugged durability
  • Tour-tested spikeless rubber tread for aggressive grip
  • Generous natural fit comfortably conforms up to 2E width

The Lux Knit is $169 and comes in black, grey, and heathered navy.


True Lux Pro

The third and most premium of the lot is the True Lux Pro that has a decade of R&D in its DNA and is built to meet the demands of the modern professional golfer with its quality, aesthetic, and performance features. They include:

  • Waterproof Full Grain Leather Upper (Premium Napa White, Outdoor Grade Nubuck Black)
  • New WANDERLUX interior featuring a snug, padded heel cup and all-new super foam insert
  • Reusable LUX shoe/shag bag in lieu of the traditional box
  • Premium leather accents and welting
  • Transitional (minimal) drop (~6mm)
  • Lightweight (11.5 oz) with a premium/rugged durability
  • Tour-tested spikeless rubber tread for aggressive grip
  • Generous natural fit comfortably conforms up to 2E width

True Lux Pro retails for $199 and comes in pro white and tour black. 


Enjoy the Walk

But wait, there’s more … the OG Feel is starting to ship this month, and the Lux Knit and Lux Pro are expected between June and July. Bear in mind all shipping is taking a little longer these fine days.

However, if you want to reserve a pair of Lux Knit, Lux Pro, or both, to make sure they don’t sell out while you’re on a Zoom call or finish a TikTok dance, True Linkswear has a preorder program called Project 2020 for its dedicated followers and loyal customers, which is another way of saying, for all those who are on its email distribution list.

Also, there are some perks involved for the early adopters—pre-orders will include a $25 store credit and a True branded three-layer anti-bacterial face mask in addition to getting your new kicks a month before the general public. 

To get early access, simply visit www.truelinkswear.com and get yourself signed up. 

#enjoythewalk

Written by Janice Ferguson, Style Editor

Janice Ferguson has been involved in the golf industry for more than a decade. She helped start and shape the weekly Apparel Wire e-publication originally created by the Golf Press Association that ran for eight years, and wrote the weekly editorial section devoted to golf fashion.

One comment

  1. I love these minimalist type shoes that are classic and clean. Golf shoes got away from that recently. These are fantastic.

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